Embassy Suites by Hilton Norman Hotel & Conference Center | 2501 Conference Drive
Norman, OK 73069
April 25, 2021 – April 27, 2021
3:00 PM to 1:00 PM
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Utilismart Corporation is a proud Bronze sponsor for this year’s MESO Public Power Conference taking place from 25 – 27 April 2021. It will be the first time in almost two years that vendors and utilities alike will be able to get together and share ideas, keep up-to-date with the latest trends, and network with like-minded individuals.
We’re also very excited to announce that our very own Director of Sales US: Mid-West, Bryan Ehrlich, will be one of the speakers at this year’s event. He will also be representing Utilismart amongst some of the exhibitors on the floor during the conference – so be sure to pop by our booth and learn how we can help you turn data into decisions!
Bryan Ehrlich: Director of Sales US: Mid-West
Bryan Ehrlich has over 33 years of experience in the electrical utility industry as a distribution and manufacturers representative focusing on metering solutions. He has been a Director of Sales: Mid West at Utilismart since 2017 working with closely with utilities to help them understand and convert their data into decisions. Prior to working for Utilismart he worked alongside several manufacturers including Honeywell/Elster, GE, ABB and Eaton advancing solutions to improve how utilities serve their customers. He has presented the idea of leveraging data to improve utility customer service, operations and planning at Colorado REA, Wyoming REA, OAEC and other regional engineering and metering conferences. He also serves on the Boards of Poudre Valley REA and as Vice President of Rocky Mountain Electric Metering Association
Topic: Leveraging AMI Data for Improved Grid Performance
Utilities are now considering how their AMI data is being utilized and how they can maximize it beyond Meter-to-Cash to accelerate the returns on their existing AMI investments. AMI data provides more than Meter-to-Cash information about your utility. Many utilities have deployed AMI systems. Unlocking the data to leverage its full potential is the key to accelerating ROI. Municipals and Cooperatives are collecting terabytes of data from their advanced grid systems. Mining AMI data for voltage issues, outage/blink, over/under loaded assets, and tamper/diversion issues. Turning data into decisions needs to be leveraged to save operational costs, align grid improvement plans, and drive ROI. This session will help utilities realize that they can turn their AMI data into meaningful and actionable data-driven decisions. It will also take a closer look at multiple real business cases to help utilities jump-start the return on their AMI investments.